Patt Morrison talks with activist Holly Jacobs on non-consensual pornography or "revenge porn", and why it should be a federal crime. Holly Jacobs is the founder of Cyber Civil Rights Initiative, and has previously served as the organization's President and Executive Director.
Patt Morrison talks with Matt Cagle.
Patt Morrison talks with Eric Schmidt former CEO of Google and former Executive chairman of Google's parent company Alphabet.
Patt Morrison talks with Kenneth Pomeranz a Professor of Modern Chinese History at the university of Chicago.
Patt Morrison talks with Sarah Longwell first woman to head the National Log Cabin Republicans Group, publisher of the Bulwark conservative website, and executive Director of Defending Democracy Together.
Patt Morrison talks with Ed Avol Professor of Clinical Preventive Medicine at USC Keck Medical School, about the LA smog and how the future air could look like the past. She also talks with Chip Jacobs an Los Angeles based author and journalist. Chip Jacobs author of the book "Smogtown", gives you seven LA smog facts that you may not have known.
Patt Morrison talks with Salman Rushdie a British Indian novelist and essayist.
Patt Morrison talks with fashion and culture journalist Dana Thomas on her book Fashionopolis: The Price of Fast Fashion and the Future of Clothes.
Patt Morrison talks with Professor Sinan Aral. Aral is a Professor of Marketing and Analytics at MIT and is a leading expert on social networks, social media, and digital strategy.
Patt Morrison talks with film director and producer Tom Donahue on his latest documentary "This Changes Everything" about systemic gender bias and discrimination against women in Hollywood and entertainment.
Patt Morrison talks with Joseph Uscinski and American political scientist who specializes in the study of conspiracy theories. He is co-author of the book American Conspiracy Theories.
Patt Morrison talks with Author Susan Phillips about her latest book "The City Beneath: A Century of Los Angeles Graffiti".
Patt Morrison talks with constitutional lawyer Theane Evangelis with Gibson Dunn, and Crutcher. Boise, Idaho asks the Supreme Court to reverse the Ninth Circuit's ruling on homelessness issues. Theane Evangelis is partnering with renowned lawyer Theodore Olson to take on this case that could radically once again change how Los Angeles and nine other western states deal with there homeless.
Patt Morrison talks with Professor David Runciman who teaches politics and history at Cambridge University. David talks about his book "How Democracy Ends".
Patt Morrison talks with author Douglas Brinkley on his latest book, "American Moonshot: John F. Kennedy and the Great Space Race".
Patt Morrison talks with Citlali Fabian a Oaxacan photographer.
Patt Morrison talks PETA's president and cofounder Ingrid Newkirk. Ingrid has led the worlds largest organization for more than 35 years.
Patt Morrison talks with Doreen Weisenhaus Associate Professor and Director of the Media Law Project at the Journalism and Media Studies Centre at the University of Hong Kong.
Patt Morrison talks with Daniel Dale the Toronto Star's Washington bureau chief, covering U.S. President Donald Trump's administration and other stories in the United States.
Patt Morrison talks with Joan Graves Senior Vice President of the Motion Picture Association of America and Chairman of its Classification and Ratings Administration (CARA)
Patt Morrison talks Norman Mineta an American Politician. Mineta tells legacy in his documentary, "Norman Mineta and His Legacy: An American Story,” a documentary portrait of the American statesman and trailblazer.
Mineta most recently served in President George Bush's Cabinet as the United States Secretary Transportation, the only Democratic Cabinet Secretary in the Bush Administration.
Patt Morrison talks with film directors Cristina Costantini and Darren Foster on their documentary SCIENCE FAIR, a National Geographic Film.
Patt Morrison talks with Dr. Sanjay Gupta an american neurosurgeon and medical reporter.
Patt Morrison talks with Adam Rutherford on his latest book Humanimal : How Homo sapiens Became Nature's most Paradoxical Creature.
Patt Morrison talks with Terry Tempest Williams, an American author, conservationist, and activist.